Each Year ARCTIC resources provide 25 Million CPU hours and 600,000 GPU hours.
Through Georgia State's condominium service, researchers may invest in HPC resources (compute nodes or storage) that are placed in Georgia State’s common HPC resource. The condominium HPC model presents researchers with greater flexibility and power with greatly reduced overhead and management requirements as compared to owning and operating individual, standalone clusters. Participants in the condo service have full priority on the invested resources, plus they gain access to additional cluster resources (including low-latency networking and centrally managed applications). Participants in the condo service agree to share unused resources with the rest of the Georgia State community.